UUCM's building is closed to the public as a precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Click the button below for all the latest updates related to online worship and community at UUCM as we respond and extend care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We welcome you, whatever your tradition, gender, race, class, sexual orientation, or age, to our vibrant, caring community. The congregation bustles with activity, not only on Sundays but throughout the week. Feel free to explore our website. Experience an even warmer welcome by joining us in person.
We will not back down or turn away from oppression but fight against it. We want the world to know our congregation takes a firm stand against racism in its many forms and communicate our commitment to the journey of ensuring that Black Lives Matter.
Our annual stewardship campaign supports UUCM’s continued growth and a larger ministry in the world. Please consider attending an upcoming Congregational Gathering to learn about this year's budget, our plans for reopening and more. Get all the details, pledge your support and fill out our new 10-minute survey below.
As of August 1, 2020 Rev. Lisa Friedman has stepped into her position as Developmental Minister at UUCM. Rev. Lisa’s ministerial record is packed with 24 years of significant accomplishments, publications, teaching, mentoring, leadership development, preaching and pastoral care, leading congregations through major transitions of growth and service.
Weekly Minister's Message
Each Wednesday, Rev. Lisa shares a pastoral video message with the congregation about the state of the church and the state of our world. This message is available on our Facebook page, the UUCM Happenings news and announcements blog, and our Friday Update email newsletter (subscribe here).
Each Sunday, members, friends and guests of UUCM gather on Zoom for a time of worship, community, and reflection.
THE MAY SOUL MATTERS THEME IS STORY
Sunday, May 9 - Singing Our Song
Our annual Music Sunday service this year will focus on our congregational stories about music. Members will share personal stories and performances about music that has touched them in ways both light-hearted and deeply moving, punctuated by virtual ensemble performances by our wonderful UUCM Band and Choir.
A special link was sent to the Friday Update email list that includes an embedded password. If you did not receive this email, please click the link below AND contact Jim at 612-486-2705 to request this week's password.
To join worship with video, click on this link: https://zoom.us/j/94791335739
For audio only, dial (312) 626-6799 and use meeting ID 947 9133 5739.
Once you enter the meeting, you will be placed in a "waiting room" and we will manually welcome you in. Click here to learn more about our online safety precautions.
You are welcome to come online anytime starting at 9:30 am. If you’ve never used Zoom before, we encourage you to join early. You can use most any device — a smart phone, tablet or computer.
If you’re new to Zoom or would like some extra help, we’ve created an instruction document that take you through how to install and use Zoom. If you need assistance on Sunday, please contact 612-486-2705. We have a UUCM Zoom tech team ready to help!
Click here to visit our Worship page and listen to recordings of past services.
During this time of remote worship due to COVID-19, view the church calendar of ONLINE events.
Visit the UUCM blog for posts from your minister and board, plus learn all the details about upcoming activities and social justice initiatives.
Thank you for considering a gift to UUCM in support of our mission to “connect, grow, and act” in a spirit of wonder and courageous love. Join over 250 people who have supported UUCM in the past year, helping us to continue our mission. To learn more about making charitable financial contributions, please download our UUCM Giving Guide.
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